Dr. Tiffany Colglazier
Dr. Tiffany Colglazier is a 4th generation Colorado native. She grew up in Parker, CO, mainly on the back of horse riding and competing in the hunter/jumper world. As a working student at the barn, she caught the vet med bug and could often be found soaking up every bit of knowledge she could from the vets who came to the barn. She attended Colorado State University (CSU), where she received her bachelor of science in Environmental Health (a public health degree) with a minor in Microbiology and then obtained her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at CSU. She also met her fantastic husband here, and they proudly raise two energetic and intelligent kids who keep them on their toes.
Managing the demands of raising two animal and nature-loving kids and maintaining their property, including a barn, orchard, vineyard, and garden, occupies most of her time when she is not involved with the clinic. When she has free time, she enjoys riding her horse, whom she has known since he was four years old and is now 33 years old, hiking, skiing, and spending time with her family, friends, and pets. In addition to the horse, she has a rescue coonhound/Vizsla mix who takes her job barking at coyotes and deer very seriously and two rescue cats who oscillate between snuggling and creating mayhem around the house (especially during miller moth season).
She enjoys the variety of cases she sees as a general practitioner but especially enjoys internal medicine and taking care of geriatric patients who need extra help to keep them comfortable enough to continue to do their favorite things. She has always had a sweet spot for senior pets. She has gravitated towards integrating tools like acupuncture by becoming certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture (cVMA) to serve these pets best as they live their golden years. She believes that by addressing the patient's needs and combining different pain management tools, we can make a big difference in their quality of life. What can be more rewarding than that?